It rained and was grey for most of the day yesterday, but I did go outside to take a few images of what is happening in the garden.
The Tuesday view
Not much has changed, the Cotinus is loosing its leaves but without the foliage changing colour very much.
View through the arches on the left hand path
Rosa ‘Old Blush’ – I misnamed this last week
Under the Mulberry the Acanthus have grown back, they took much longer this year
Cerinthe seedlings are growing well, there might even be flowers for Christmas
I will be planting some tulips in this area soon and will spread the cerinthe around to give them more space.
R. ‘Queen of Sweden’ with grasses
Rosa Molineau with a lot of dead branches, half the bush died during the drought
Strangely the yellow crab apple has retained its fruit for much longer this year, maybe because of the rain?
Looking along the path by the west facing terrace, lots of R. Clair Matin
Apart from the wet gravel, this could be almost any time of the year.
Leaves of this crab apple have nearly all fallen now
Arbtus unedo flowers and fruits
Elaeagnus is filling the garden with its perfume
Some colour on the slope
After the rain yesterday the sun is shining this morning, time to get outside and plant some bulbs. What are you doing in your garden today?